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  • 1. MARTIN LUTHER KING,JUNIOR WAS BORN ON 15 JANUARY 1929 IN ATLANTA.
  • 2. Martin Luther King was an American clergyman , activist and prominent leader in the African-American civil right movements . He isn’t a violent activist. MLK and Nixon defend Rosa Parks who fight against segregations by refusing to leave her seat to a white man. MLK and Nixon led Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1955.The boycott lasted 385 days .
  • 3. He pronounced a famous speech on August 28th, 1963 in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington during the walking for the employment and the freedom: " I Have a Dream ". He is supported by John F. Kennedy in the fight against the racial segregation in the United States.
  • 4. Martin Luther King became the youngest Nobel Peace Prize in 1964.He struggle for no violence against the racial segregation and for the peace. He began then a campaign against the Vietnam War and the poverty.
  • 5. Martin fought with Southern Christian Leadership Conference(SCLC) the racism, the segregation but also the struggle against poverty. In the end of March 1968, Martin Luther King moved to Memphis to support the local black dustmen.
  • 6. Since 1986, the Martin Luther King Day is a federal holiday in the United States.